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Top-rated vacation rentals in Atlantic City

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Townhouse · Duck Town
New Beach Block Apartment Beautiful Clean + AC!
Massive back yard with picnic tables and more! You'll find a bright, comfortable, newly remodeled beach block apartment here... and lordy is it nice! There are some apartments that are close the beach and not so nice... not here! Awesome AC to keep you cool and chill minimalist vibes to relax in. A fully upgraded kitchen to whip up a tasty meal or reheat some amazing local food. Marble tile bathroom to get ready for the day....
Jan 31 – Feb 7
$70 per night
Condo · Atlantic City
Ocean Front Condo Unit - Amazing Sunrise!
Location, Location, Location! This condo is on the 10th floor of the building and has amazing views of the boardwalk, ocean, and casino night life. The best part? We are located ON the boardwalk, so you can walk right out the front door and just steps to the beach, boardwalk, and nightlife that Atlantic City is famous for! You'll have access to FREE parking, seasonal pool and hot tub, and direct access to the boardwalk and beach! **Guests must be at least 21 to book**
Oct 23 – 30
$81 per night
Condo · Atlantic City
Gorgeous Ocean View Condo - Free Parking
Gorgeous updated studio condo with breathtaking ocean views! Watch the sunrise over the ocean from the cozy window seat, relax by the pool, or step out onto the famous Atlantic City boardwalk. Located in the Atlantic Palace building right on the boardwalk, you will be just a short walk from shops, restaurants, casinos and the famous Steel Pier. You'll have access to FREE parking, seasonal pool and hot tub, and direct access to the boardwalk and beach! **Guests must be at least 18 to book**
Oct 24 – 31
$79 per night

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Stay near Atlantic City's top sights

Photo of Atlantic City Boardwalk
Atlantic City Boardwalk18 locals recommend
Photo of Resorts Casino Hotel
Resorts Casino Hotel6 locals recommend
Photo of Absecon Lighthouse
Absecon Lighthouse25 locals recommend
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Hard Rock Hotel Casino Atlantic City24 locals recommend
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Borgata14 locals recommend
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Boardwalk Hall20 locals recommend

Atlantic City summer vacation rentals

Condo · Atlantic City
Enjoy Oceanfront Views and Direct Beach Access
Jan 16 – 23
$108 per night
Apartment · Atlantic City
Sleep 4 | Stylish Boardwalk CozySuites Studio
Oct 21 – 28
$60 per night
Apartment · Atlantic City
Beachcrest- Less Than 20 Seconds to the Boardwalk!
Dec 22 – 29
$96 per night
Apartment · Ventnor City
Beach Block Studio: Steps to Beach and Dining
Jan 21 – 28
$64 per night
Home · Atlantic City
The Drift Lodge-Catch Vibes & Drift to Your Escape
Dec 4 – 11
$102 per night
Condo · Atlantic City
Beach & Boardwalk Front for 4 + Free Parking
Nov 6 – 13
$96 per night
Home · Atlantic City
Bayside Bungalow-Updated Home Near the Bay & Beach
Dec 9 – 16
$84 per night
Apartment · Atlantic City
The Artisan-Trendy Vibes Close to the Beach & More
Dec 3 – 10
$60 per night
Home · Atlantic City
Laguna Way AC- Close to Beach, Boardwalk and Fun!
Oct 29 – Nov 5
$116 per night
Private room · Atlantic City
Mini Hostel for travel.
Nov 20 – 27
$50 per night
Apartment · Atlantic City
Wavecrest-Just a Few Steps to Boardwalk & Beach
Oct 31 – Nov 7
$86 per night
Apartment · Atlantic City
No.1 @ the Rodman
Oct 23 – 30
$80 per night

Your guide to Atlantic City

Welcome to Atlantic City

Atlantic City lives up to its reputation as America’s playground. Often thought of as the epicenter of East Coast casinos, the New Jersey shore town really grew out of its beach culture. In an effort to keep sand off of hotel carpeting in 1870, the city built a boardwalk — the first in the world. Though it had a practical purpose, it gave birth to a entirely new genre of beachgoing. Now the four-mile-long walk is itself a piece of Americana, serving as a magnet for both family fun and around-the-clock frivolous entertainment. The area is also known for its outlet shopping, golfing, spas, and fine dining—with top-name chefs heralding restaurants throughout the city.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Atlantic City?

New York City has the New Year’s Eve ball drop, but here in Atlantic City, it’s all about the Beach Ball Drop, the seaside city’s official method of ringing in the summer season Memorial Day Weekend. From that holiday weekend through Labor Day, the peak season brings warm beach weather along with plenty of festivities, such as summer concerts, live entertainment, and outdoor movies. But along with the beachfront thrills come the big crowds. The spring and fall months allow for more room to breathe, but also usher in cooler weather. While the casinos are popular year-round, many area attractions follow the ebb and flow of the crowds, closing for the season in the fall and reopening when the temperatures rise.

What are the top things to do in Atlantic City?

Beach & Boardwalk

No doubt the marquee attraction of the Jersey Shore, the boardwalk traces the beach, where surfing, parasailing, fishing, boating, windsurfing, and kayaking are all options. On the other side, large-scale casinos are interspersed with throwback shops, serving up famous saltwater taffy and frozen custard. And for a true taste of Americana, head out to the Steel Pier amusement park, dating back to 1898.

Absecon Lighthouse

Just off the northern end of the boardwalk rises New Jersey’s tallest lighthouse — and the country’s third-tallest — at 171 feet high. Climb its 228 steps to a vantage point mixing Atlantic City’s skyline with a view of the vast ocean, as well as an original Fresnel lens used when the beacon opened in 1857.

Civil Rights Garden

Atlantic City hosts the first large Civil Rights monument in a northern state, which opened in 2001 by the Carnegie Library. Eleven black granite columns line the winding path through the garden representing the road from slavery to equality. Also on site are a reflecting pool and bronze bell, whose vibrations cause ripples in the water.